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Suspects in Christchurch mosques shooter will appear in court
Slaughter has shaken the normal peaceful nation in which Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern pointed out that cutting is a terrorist attack and promised to change the country's weapons laws
The shooter who was granted a weapons license was acquired in 2017. t killings with two semi-automatic weapons, two guns and a weighted weapon, Ardern said.
"While there is work on the chain of events leading to the possession and possession of this weapons license, I can now tell you one thing – our weapons laws will change," she says. journalists.
"It's time to change," said Ardern, who previously called Friday one of his country's "darkest days", and described the suspects as "extremist images" that have no place in New Zealand or the world. [1
Three people were arrested for shooting. They have a 28-year-old man charged with murder and had to go to court on Saturday. The other two remain detained.
The fourth prisoner was subsequently identified as an armed observer who wanted to assist the police.
Ardern said the suspect was traveling around the world and was accidentally in New Zealand. He had no criminal offenses in New Zealand or Australia and did not rely on the intelligence community's focus on extremist views. During the attack he was located in southern Dunedin, approximately 225 miles from Christchurch,
On Saturday, Prime Minister traveled from Wellington to Christchurch, along with other politicians, including the leader of the opposition.
"Like the whole nation, we are all united in catching together," she told reporters.
Mike Bush, New Zealand Police Commissioner, said that authorities are investigating their relationship with the shooting that occurred when Muslims gathered for Friday's prayers, the busiest time for many mosques around the world.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, known as the "extremist right-wing, violent terrorist" work.
The suspicious shooter has inspired live video of the attack and published a long manifesto on the Internet, named Brenton Tarrant. CNN has not confirmed that this is his real name. The New Zealand police did not publicly detect the shooter.
he identifies himself as a white man born in Australia and lists the white nationalists who inspired him.
Arderna urged the public to disapprove of the "terrible" 17-minute video.
The police said they were not looking for any other suspects, but stressed that the investigation remained unstable. None of the attacks were detained in any security watch lists before the attack.
In addition to the 49 killed, the authorities said 48 people were injured, many of them seriously.
One worshiper who said he was in one of the mosques said he heard the gunman "keep shooting for 10-15 minutes".
Authorities refused to discuss possible motives for attack. However, before the shooting of the social media record, an account that was believed to have been attached to the weapon was referred to a 87-page manifest filled with anti-immigrants, anti-Muslim irons and explanations of the attack.
The police said they knew about a video shared on the Internet and broadcast live during an attack that apparently showed that the gunman walked into the mosque and opened fire. "We urge that the (video) link is not shared. We're trying to remove any footage, ”said the New Zealand police.
The colorful nature of the broadcast and the obvious inability of technology companies to prevent the proliferation of its weapons on the Internet is a cause for concern. In New Zealand, commentators also worried that the horror of seeds was deeply fragmented in a society that in many cases avoided polarizations spread elsewhere.
Facebook Mia Garlick, a New Zealand spokesman, said in a statement that the footage had been quickly dropped. "The New Zealand police informed us about the Facebook video shortly after they started living, and we removed both the shooter's Facebook account and the video.
CNN has not been able to independently validate any information about the attackers or the alleged video
Google and a YouTube spokesperson called "a terrible tragedy." adding a statement: "Shocking, violent and graphical content on our platforms has no space and is removed as soon as we learn about it. As with any major tragedy, we will work with the authorities. ”
Twitter has removed the account that it felt was linked to the main suspect and worked to keep the event video on its platform, the spokesman said. "Today we were frightened by the shooting of Christchurch," said Twitter. Twitter has a rigorous process and a dedicated team to manage such severe and emergency situations as this one. We also collaborate with law enforcement to facilitate their investigations. ”
Australian Prime Minister Morrison said he asked for flags to be half of the staff, without compromising the killed. "Today, in the dark, where hatred and violence have stolen their peace and innocence," the Australian people are standing with all the people of New Zealand. Kia kaha (stay strong), Morrison tweeted earlier using the Maori phrase.
US President Donald Brief said: Twitter: "My warmest compassion and best wishes go to the people of New Zealand after the terrible massacres in mosques. 49 innocent people died so senselessly, with so much more serious injury. . "
IEDs discovered in vehicles
Armed officers were deployed after the first shooting announcements at 13.30 local time when mosques were packed for Friday prayers. The police said 41 people had been killed in al-Noor mosque. Deans Avenue. Seven died in the Lynx Mosque on the Lewis Avenue and one died in the hospital from injuries
Two improvised explosives material was found in a vehicle connected to the attack, and many weapons were recovered in both places
This area was locked and the police urged Christchurch residents to stay indoors and monitor the police website and social media. New Zealand her mosques
Later in the day, the authorities evacuated the features near Dunedin.
Victim Victims From Around The World
According to a statement from the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at least two Jordanian citizens and five others were injured on Friday at
year-old girl was critically injured and had surgery but remained serious, her uncle, Sabri al-Daraghmeh, told Jordan's al-Mamlaka television. She was shot in the face, stomach and leg.
Al-Daraghmeh said his brother was also injured and remained in a stable condition. He was shot in the stomach and leg.
Four Pakistani citizens were also injured, Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal said on Friday in his official Twitter account.
He also said that five more Pakistani citizens were undisclosed.
Gunman opened fire "from 10 to 15 minutes"
. He said he heard the gunman "keep shooting for 10-15 minutes".
"It's a great mosque and there were more than 200 people inside. Arms arrived from behind. At the back of the mosque I saw many broken glasses and bricks, he said.
"I came to the street, saw one man killed in the chest," he said, adding that the ambulance and police officers came to the scene. He said he had a friend in another mosque that told him there was a gun and five people were dead.
"I could not contact two friends who are also in the mosque," He said.
Another witness, who did not want to be named, said he was riding and seeing a man with "his 3 or 4 year old daughter" "He screamed as he went to the hospital," he said. "I just got my truck and picked it up, and his daughter, and this other guy was shot in the foot and took them to the hospital,"
One man for the mosque said he was praying for the gunman to "run out of bullets."
"I thought he had to end up with bullets you know so what I did was basically waiting and he prayed to God, he said, he said he had told him to stay, and then the shooter shot a man "straight in his chest." McKew contributed to this report